Overlap Sheds

garden-sheds

Overlap sheds are cost effective, secure, and protect your tools and garden equipment from the very worst the British weather can throw at them. As the name suggests,

garden-sheds

Overlap sheds are cost effective, secure, and protect your tools and garden equipment from the very worst the British weather can throw at them. As the name suggests, overlap sheds are made from overlapping boards secured to a robust frame to form a strong, water-tight panel. These panels are then joined together to form the walls of your new shed. One of two main fabrication methods –the other is shiplap – you’ll find all the information about the different types of sheds on offer here at Waltons in our guide to buying a shed.

Choosing an Overlap Shed

Overlap sheds are cheaper to make than shiplap sheds because the construction method is a little simpler. We pass those savings on to you, to give you a comprehensive range of high-quality, budget-friendly sheds ranging from the smallest 4x3 shed, all the way up to a very generously proportioned 15x10 or 12x8, and with just about every size in-between. For a more in-depth breakdown of the differences between overlap and shiplap timber sheds, take a look at our special guide on the subject.

Choosing shed styles

Here at Waltons, we offer our overlap sheds in a comprehensive array of styles and configurations. Choose from traditional apex sheds with their airy headroom or contemporary-looking pent sheds with their single-sloping roofs. You can also opt for double or single doors and gable or side elevation entrances, and we also offer the opportunity to choose where you want your windows. Floors and roofs are manufactured from solid sheetboard covered with mineral felt, and windows are shatter-proof styrene.

Upgrading your overlap shed

Upgrades for your new shed are non-standard additions which, for a little extra cost, allow you to customise your purchase to match your requirements. Options include factory-applied paint finish, reinforced floors, upgraded roof coverings, security hardware, and even a shed installation service. All we need from you is a level site and, depending on the size and intended use for your shed, a firm base of wood, patio slabs or concrete, and we’ll do the rest. For more information on building a base for your shed, please refer to our step-by-step guide.

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